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Route guidance / Mallorca (North) - Menorca

  • MALLORCA (NORTH) - MENORCA
  • TOURIST PHOTOS
    CALA GALDANA ANDAIA CALA PREGONDA CIUDADELA CALA MAGARELLA
  • SATURDAY:
  • Arrival at the Port of Alcudia Mar (northern Majorca-Bay of Alcudia) at 1 pm. Introduction to the crew, skipper, accommodation in cabins, tour of the boat, purchase of supplies for the crew. We set sail at 4 pm towards Coll Baix, a spectacular cove, both due to the absence of buildings and also because it is situated between two large cliff walls. There is a large gravel beach. Anchoring and swimming. After lunch, we cross the Bay of Alcudia and arrive at "Es Caló" of Cape Ferrutx, a beautiful but solitary site, which is ideal to anchor for the night.
  • SUNDAY:
  • At dawn, we will weigh anchor and part towards Southern Menorca, arriving at Cala Macarella at lunchtime. This is a beautiful cove with two beaches, with impressive turquoise-coloured water, pine trees and very fine sand. It is one of the most representative sites of the island. In the afternoon, we will head towards the Port of Ciudadella to spend the night. This is one of the nicest ports in the Mediterranean. It is essential to visit the high part of the town, with many fabulous palatial homes. There is a large selection of cuisine to savour. We recommend dining at the Restaurant called "Café Balear", where traditional food and a fantastic view can be enjoyed.
  • MONDAY:
  • After breakfast, we set sail to Fornells. We will sail by Cala Pilar, anchor at Cala Pregonda, one of the most famous coves on the island, with a sight being its beautiful islets. A highlight is the beach's red sand. In the early afternoon, we will head towards the Port of Fornells to spend the night. We recommend you try the lobster, the local specialty. We recommend the restaurants called "Es Plá" and "Cranc".
  • TUESDAY:
  • Exit from Port of Fornells towards Cabo Caballería to swim at some of its coves. Arrival at the Port of Addaia. Following a narrow channel (not recommended for sailing by night), access is gained to beautiful and fairly unspoilt anchorage site, which is very close to the small marina. In the afternoon we will arrive at Porto Cristo to spend the night.
  • WEDNESDAY:
  • In the morning we leave Addaia due SE, and set sail to the Aire Island to swim and have something to eat. This is the perfect place for scuba diving, and there is a large variety of fish. After lunch, we will weigh anchor and head towards the Port of Mahon to spend the night. The entire channel leading up to the city is full of small islets. The cuisine on offer is excellent.
  • THURSDAY:
  • After breakfast, we will leave the Port of Mahon towards the south. We will anchor at Cala Biniparraitx, where there is a small beach bar. It is not usually very crowded. Following a relaxing swim and recharging our batteries we will travel on to Cala Coves, one of the most spectacular coves in the Balearics. The rocks have caves that the hippies used as housing in the 70s. At dusk, there is a fantastic sunset over the calcareous rocks. We will spend the night anchored at Cala Galdana
  • FRIDAY:
  • At sunrise, we continue our route back to Majorca. At lunchtime, we will stop at Cala Murta (Bay of Pollensa), which is noted for its crystal waters. In the early afternoon, we sail past the spectacular natural anchorage site in Formentor and reach the Port of Alcudia at 6 pm. Farewell and end of the journey.